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There are many ways to structure a gift that helps secure the Newark Museum’s future. Many of these Planned Gifts also provide guaranteed income for you and your loved ones for life. 


Cattleya with two HummingbirdsReturn of the Spirits II


Bequest  — The simplest way to help secure the Museum’s future is a bequest, which is made through your will. The Museum can provide suggested language for a bequest to the Museum tailored to your personal wishes.  It is important to state that your bequest is made to the Newark Museum, Newark New Jersey.

Other planned gifts — There are also agreements between you and the Museum or between you and a trustee that will provide you or your loved ones with income for life.

All gifts will ensure that the Newark Museum will continue to inspire people of all ages for generations to come. You can direct your gift to a program of your choice, such as education, exhibitions or acquisitions. You may also make an unrestricted gift, which enables the Museum to direct the funds to where the need is greatest. Or you can make a bequest or planned gift to the Museum’s 

We are available to guide you through your Planned Giving options.  For more information about planned gifts, please call Joanna Broughton, Director of Major Gifts & Planned Giving, at  973.596.6626 or e-mail jbroughton@newarkmuseum.org. 






Left: M. J. Heade, Cattleya with Two Humminbirds, ca. 1880, Oil on canvas, Purchase 1965 The Members' Fund  65.118


Right: Julien Sinzogan (b. 1957, Porto-Novo, Republic of Benin; lives/works in France), Return of the Spirits II, 2008, Colored ink on paper, 27 3/5 x 39 1/4 in., Purchase 2010 Alberto Burri Memorial Fund established by Stanley J. Seeger and Membership Endowment Fund 2010.7.2

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